The organic appeal of this console table by Phillips Collection all has to do with the teak roots that have been encased in iron for perpetuity.
Although hand-painted on ceramic all the way in Australia, the Spotted Tiger Lily Blossom vase by Bonnie and Neil can’t help but remind us of Kahlo’s perfectly imperfect lines.
The Amador rocking chair by Masaya & Co. may be inspired by traditional festivities in Nicaragua, but its San Geronimo pattern would feel right at home in Kahlo’s native Coyoacán.
Depicting birds perched among vines, the Jasmine & Serin Symphony wallcovering by Cole & Son for Lee Jofa offers a contemporary update of an Arts and Crafts-style print.
Is it just us or does the undulating top of the Azzano table by Alfonso Marina recall the arches of Kahlo’s signature eyebrows?